Monthly Archives: November 2013
In the Snowdonia National Park in North Wales…
I just had to show you these beautiful photographs by Mike Alexander of the puffins on Skomer Island. I find the colours of the birds and the ocean just mesmerising.
Elke’s blog http://elkement.wordpress.com/ is brilliant. If you don’t mind having brain ache after you’ve read it but at the same time learned so much about physics, life, the universe and everything, then have a look, it’s ace. Anyway Elke is always … Continue reading
This is an extremely rare sight in the British countryside today, thousands upon thousands of orchids in a traditional hay meadow. It’s not that hard to do, just lightly graze with cattle or sheep, don’t add any fertilisers or herbicides, … Continue reading
It’s always so nice when this happens. I can remember clearly spending days writing, recording and re-recording this song with no thought other than really enjoying the creative process and wondering how it will turn out. And then sometime later … Continue reading
Heading West, which marks Howe’s fourth journey with Real Music, features some of his most sublime music to date. The guitar is central on this release, featuring warm, carefree strumming that is accented by keyboards, piano and rhythm. Songs like … Continue reading